by Kathryn Cooper '06
For “Reflection,” I was taking head shots for a friend of mine, Lloyd Dugger, B.M. ‘07, and we decided to experiment with some portraiture. I love black and white photography and wanted him in a pensive pose, so when he clasped his hands and leaned forward, I saw the light playing off of him and...
by Tom Fox '03
While playing with Bugsy, a white German Shepherd, I was attempting to get a shot of him catching the ball in midair. I threw the ball with one hand and snapped the shot with the other. I did not have time to look through the viewfinder so I wasn't sure how it came out. When I looked in the playback menu I realized I not only had the timing, I also had some nice...
by Tracy Mayor ’83
It’s not just that the ocean is clean and cold, though it is very much both of those things. It’s that it’s clean because it’s cold. Nothing lives in it, nothing the naked eye can see — no seaweed wraps around your legs, no jellyfish slime you. There is only...
by Darah Clatworthy Bull ‘84
The outer and inner spaces of my work are inspired by nature’s random beauty. The ever-changing celestial sky is a perfect example of this: the clouds, moon, sun, and stars take on different qualities of light, color, and mood due to atmospheric changes – as do my glazes in the kiln! By layering glazes that flow freely in the firing...
by Lauren Acton '82
My work involves breaking down the figure/ground so it becomes abstract. "Cityscape'"has a geometric, active merging of background and foreground. It is part of my latest series of streetwalkers and urbanscapes that are camouflaged so that they form a cohesive whole.
— Lauren Acton